Marvelous Mother’s Day Weekend Weather

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TONIGHT: The sky will remain clear and temperatures will not be as cool. After 40s for many of us this morning, we are going to add about ten degrees to tonight’s lows, meaning mid and upper 50s, but still very nice!

ELSEWHERE ON THE MAPS: Several areas of active weather today, with the threat of severe weather in the Western and Central Plains, along with areas in the Ohio Valley. These showers and storms are mainly associated with frontal boundaries in place. For us in the Southeast, a 1019mb area of high pressure was centered just off the Louisiana Coast early this afternoon and it continues to be the main feature impacting and providing this terrific weather all weekend.

MOTHER’S DAY: A near repeat of today, with the exception of warmer temperatures. The lower 80s from today, will be replaced with mid and even some upper 80s for some tomorrow. Still no threat of rain, and expect plenty of sunshine to highlight the day.

WEEK AHEAD: Monday will stay warm and dry, but we will need to mention a risk of showers and thunderstorms Tuesday as moisture returns and an upper trough approaches. Good news is that dynamic support will weaken and severe weather isn’t especially likely. Moist air will remain in place and we will need to mention some risk of showers, and possibly a thunderstorm or two, Wednesday and Thursday, but the rain won’t be continuous.

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